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on Aug 28, 2007 - 0 comments
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on August 27th, 2007:
- Interactive Frequency Chart – Easy to figure out which instruments are where in the frequency spectrum
- 20+ Free And Fresh Icon Sets – One can never have too many cool icons, right?
- Cassette MP3 Player – MP3 Player built into a standard cassette casing, letting you either use it as a uniquely old school shaped MP3 Player, or with any car cassette or cassette player to play MP3 Music
- Sony Bio Battery – Powers gadgets on grape juice and sports drinks
- 15 Ways To Create Website Screenshots – Plugins, standalone software and web based services to create website screenshots
- NOSO – NOSO is a real-world platform for temporary disengagement from social networking environments. The NOSO experience offers a unique opportunity to create NO Connections by scheduling NO Events with other NO Friends.
- Abduzeedo videocast – Ho to do water drops in Photoshop in 5 minutes
- Anywhere.FM – Upload your entire music collection and play it anywhere on a web music player
- Iconfinder – A search engine for icons.
When you use Google Search’s I’m feeling lucky you can get some funny results.
Google Search H4x0r edition
The above H4x0r edition of Google Search can be found by using the keywords “google l33t” and clicking the I’m feeling lucky button.
Hongkiat lists 11 keywords which get you some results you might not have seen before.
SkreemR is a search enigne which lets you find audio files on the internet. You don’t need to install any software, just enter some keywords and let SkreemR find the songs your after.
SkreemR is a search engine; none of the songs on SkreemR are hosted on our servers. SkreemR crawls the internet for audio tracks and then provides the information here for you to listen, download, or find out more about audio that you are interested in.
You can use SkreemR to add audio files to your facebook profile and the SkreemR team continues to improve and expand the site’s features, so hopefully it will soon include some sort of playlist feature as well.
I found the site to be quite responsive, returning a decent amount of results.
Link via Hongkiat.com
With FindSounds you can easily do a search for particular sounds on the internet.
FindSounds.com is a free site for finding sound effects and musical instrument samples on the Web. It is a Web search engine, like Google and AltaVista, but with a focus on sounds. It provides powerful features, yet is simple and easy to use, and suitable for all ages. Note to parents: audio files containing obscenities are filtered out so this site is safe for children.
Screenshot of FindSounds search result for Pinball
You can search for AIFF, AU and WAVE files of specific quality and size in many different categories. Give it a try!